A Civic Engagement Campaign for 2020
From racial injustice to rising unemployment, people are looking for safe and meaningful ways to fight for systemic change in our communities. Civic engagement is at the heart of what United Way does. For over 130 years, United Way has brought together leaders in communities to solve problems in a non-partisan manner.
To meet the challenges of this moment, United Way has launched the United We Count, United We Vote campaign to mobilize local United Ways, partners and caring citizens in helping people be civically engaged and make their voices heard on the issues they care about.
Civic engagement is at the heart of what United Way does. For over 130 years, United Way has brought together leaders in communities to solve problems in a non-partisan manner. We know that solving our community challenges and ending racial injustice starts with ensuring our communities are counted in the census and can exercise their right to vote. That’s why more than 200 state and local United Ways are leading voter and census engagement initiatives across the country.
We invite you to join us. Be counted and Vote for Justice, Equity, Education, Jobs, Health. Pledge to join the fight.
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